Thursday, May 26, 2016 / by Nathan Clark
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A common question clients ask is about smaller houses. How can they make their homes look bigger when they’re trying to sell? There are a few ways to achieve this.
Use mirrors. This helps reflect light and makes rooms look bigger from an illusion.
Go lean and sleek. When choosing furniture and other fixtures, lean and sleek is a great style to stick with.
Take it high. Place your curtain rods at the ceiling rather than the window-level.
Built-in furniture is key. Pieces like bookcases can help conserve space.
Reduce clutter. With a smaller house, storage is smaller. It’s difficult for a buyer to picture themselves occupying the space if they’re distracted by clutter, even in storage areas.
I’m happy to provide more tips as well, but in the meantime, I hope this helps! If you’re thinking about buying or selling a Rhode Island home, give me a call or send me an email at your earliest convenience. I’d be happy to answer your questions!